Mary Tyler Moore: Making a Difference in the Fight Against Type 1 Diabetes

By Judy Alexandra DiEdwardo / December 29, 2009 /

The actress advocate discusses her most important role yet.

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Grace Under Pressure

By Judy Alexandra DiEdwardo / July 2, 2009 /

It's 11 a.m. on a warm day in April and Rudy Giuliani is running late. Long after trading in his Gracie Mansion address, the meticulous, Brooklyn-born, street-kid-turned-crisis-management icon is in hot demand. His tightly managed schedule is calculated to the minute with marathon television appearances that began on this day at daybreak. The topic today:…

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Trials in Life Are for Our Benefit

By Les Brown / June 30, 2009 /

Pain is a part of life.

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What to Do When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything

By admin / June 5, 2009 /

In all of my interactions with people, I’ve never found anyone, regardless of their level of success, who doesn’t sometimes find themselves simply not wanting to do the things that they need and want to do. It is a part of human nature that there will be times that, in spite of all that we…

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Your Personal Best – Polar Explorer Tom Avery

By SUCCESS Staff / March 30, 2009 /

“We have been trying to hack our way through ice rubble for two days now. There are to

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How I Do It: Tony Jeary

By Tony Jeary / March 3, 2009 /

There are three enemies of speed and results— absence of clarity, lack of focus and poor execution, says presentation strategist Tony Jeary. In his latest book, Strategic Acceleration: Succeed at the Speed of Life, Jeary shows how to overcome these obstacles with the ability to communicate vision and translate vision into action. A top coach…

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Winning Friends and Influencing People

By Todd Eliason / February 3, 2009 /

Act enthusiastic, smile, become genuinely interested in other people, and don’t criticize, condemn or complain. When Dale Carnegie put those simple principles in a book called How to Win Friends and Influence People, he not only became a guru to millions of people the world over, he made publishing history. Since its first publication in…

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Profiles in Greatness – Martin Luther King, Jr.

By Amy Anderson / January 6, 2009 /

Martin Luther King, Jr. didn’t graduate from high school. He skipped the ninth and the 12th grades and went on to Morehouse College at 15. While at college, King met regularly with civil rights leader, theologian and teacher Howard Thurman, who had attended Morehouse with King’s father. In his travels, Thurman conferred with world leaders,…

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Rich Man, Poor Man

By admin / January 6, 2009 /

The greatest achievers say that in a lifetime of setbacks and comebacks, the truest sense of accomplishment is not found in the realization of the goal, but rather in the will to continue when failure breeds doubt. And so it was in 1927 when 44-year-old Napoleon Hill tried challenging himself to action. He struggled to…

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Profiles in Greatness – Eleanor Roosevelt

By Amy Anderson / December 2, 2008 /

“Do what you feel in your heart to be right—for you’ll be criticized anyway.” Eleanor Roosevelt spoke these words from experience. During her years in public service, she was often criticized for her progressive and democratic opinions. While her husband, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was initiating the New Deal policies that would enable the nation…

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